Does the county maintain driveways of private citizens?
The county does not maintain private driveways. In 2011, the Board of County Commissioners adopted and passed ordinance 2011-9 which turned over responsibility of driveway maintenance to private homeowners. Please see the link below to view the ordinance. We do address the edge of county maintained paved road to preserve the integrity of the asphalt. If a problem exist at the edge of the paved road, please submit a maintenance request for one of our Area Managers to access the problem.
How can I tell if a road is maintained by the County or another entity?
Click on this link: http://maps.claycountygov.com/roadmaint/ or copy and paste the url into your browser. If you receive a disclaimer, click ok to gain access to the web viewer. You will be able to search by road name or zoom to the area in question. Refer to the legend to determine the maintenance entity.
Who makes the determination of what roads get resurfaced each year?
All road requests for resurfacing are evaluated for priority in our resurfacing program. As our resurfacing budget is established, candidate roads for resurfacing are submitted to BCC for approval. Due to limited funding it may be several years before a road enters the program. In the meantime we will patch as necessary.
Please click below to view the following maps:
Please click below to view Resurfacing and Dirt Road Paving Projects List: